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Wire Rope Galvanised Catenary

Catenary is made up of two wires: a catenary wire and a contact wire, the former of which is hung at a specified tension between line structures and the latter of which is joined to it via droppers.

A catenary system is used to give electricity to a train that has a pantograph. The pantograph presses against the contact wire, which is the lowest overhead wire in the system. Current collectors are electrical conductors that allow electrical current to flow through the steel wheels on the running rails to the train and back to the feeder station.

The aim of catenary wire is to give electrical power to trains, particularly those operating underground, where they are permitted and required to travel much faster through each tunnel.

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